As Paradigm Shifts Focus, the Old-Guard Culture is First to Go | GenomeWeb

TORONTO, June 11 - In April, John Hamer, interim president and CEO of Paradigm Genetics, handed down a company-wide edict that asked researchers to refocus their efforts on the firm in general rather than on individual departments or divisions in particular.


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